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By Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter

This booklet is an intensive advent into JSR 168 that may support get portal builders up to the mark into this rather new specification. — Thomas Paul, JavaRanch Sheriff How do builders convey present functions right into a portal? How do builders combine content material administration platforms and se's with a portal? and the way do builders start with the Portlet API? Jeff Linwood and Dave Minter assist you resolve those actual difficulties in development Portals with the Java Portlet API. This booklet describes the recent Java portlet API, together with defense, portlet existence cycles, and portlet interplay with servlets and JSP. The examples will paintings on any portal that complies with the JSR-168 portlet API. numerous instance portlets are constructed to provide you hands-on portlet event. you are going to even tips on how to port present servlet and JSP functions right into a new portal surroundings. The authors additionally talk about unmarried Sign-On (SSO) utilizing Kerberos and the GSS-API, syndicating content material with RSS, and integrating a charting resolution with JFreeChart. different issues coated are the open-source Apache Jakarta Lucene seek engine, personalization, portlet configuration, portlet personal tastes, and internet companies for distant Portals (WSRP). XDoclet is additionally used all through parts of this booklet.

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At the time of this book’s writing, Pluto did not have a downloadable, compiled release. org) and download Pluto’s source code from CVS to create a compiled version. 0 release. com, a detailed HOWTO for getting Pluto running. NOTE Pluto’s deployment process is not terribly easy, and there are three distinct steps after you get Pluto running on your machine. org). Check the Pluto installation instructions to determine which version of Maven to install. qxd 3/28/05 3:41 PM Page 20 Chapter 2 The next step is to run the Pluto deployment tool with your portlet application.

Java) is a very simple portlet that displays the same message every time it is rendered in a portal page. Every portlet must implement the Portlet interface. Your portlets should extend the GenericPortlet abstract class, which implements Portlet itself. That way, you can take advantage of the methods on the GenericPortlet class, which we will discuss further on. portlet package, just like the rest of the classes in the portlet API. Figure 2-1 shows the portlet running on Pluto. qxd 7/13/04 12:43 PM Page 13 Portlet Basics Figure 2-1.

The existing application responds to the proxy portlet’s request with a response, which the proxy portlet then translates into a response for the portal. The portal aggregates that response with the rest of its content to produce a page for the end user. Some of the issues to consider when designing a proxied system like this one are SSO and security, personalization, a consistent look and feel, and the ability to keep track of sessions at the proxy portlet level. We convert a web-based open source message board to use portlets in Chapter 13.

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